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Submitted by TANWEER HUSSAIN (United Kingdom), Mar 16, 2005 at 14:11

Your argument would be fine-if we agreed to a secular dialectic-

The problem is we don`t agree on the initial premise-for muslims around the world, the Quran is the word of God.

We also believe divine revelation will triumph over human reason-

This is known as the divine decree of destiny or the qadr of allah- if islam is the truth this becomes evidently manifest in history-
if reason is the absolute secular modernity triumphs- ...

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